Global Green Business Ideas Competition open for applications in over 55 countries Delft, 13 January 2019 – Starting today, global green business ideas competition ClimateLaunchpad welcomes applications in over 55 countries on all continents. The programme is set up to help aspiring entrepreneurs grow their cleantech ideas into global businesses. Today the competition opened up… Read more »
Learn all you can on how to successfully start your green business. ClimateLaunchpad kicks off with an intensive Boot Camp & follow-up coaching sessions.
Battle your way to success during National Competitions, Regional Finals and the Global Grand Final. Convince our jury and you’ll convince any client or investor.
Yep, of course there is prize money for the top three Global Grand Final winners. The real prize? Networking opportunities and a chance to make it to the renowned Climate-KIC Accelerator.
Business updates by our start-ups:
Clean Mobility Award WinnerNov 2019
- Urban Cooling Solutions
Green City Solutions Award WinnerNov 2019
- A2P Energy Solution Private Limited
Solutions for Emerging Markets Award WinnerNov 2019
- E-waste Nepal
Video Award WinnerNov 2019
- Leafy Ke
African Regional Final 1st PlaceOct 2019
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Pakistan joined ClimateLaunchpad in 2019 and created a huge success with over a 100 applications by green start-ups from across all regions. Our National Partner Stimulus created quite a buzz around their National Finals and attracted a lot of corporate leaders and sustainability experts. Hira Wajahat, Project Lead Stimulus: “What we created here was an… Read more »
World’s largest green start-up competition announces its 2019 winners Amsterdam, 16 November 2019 – They turn disposable diapers into clean fuel for residential use. Kenyan start-up Leafy Ke won the sixth edition of ClimateLaunchpad, the world’s largest green start-up competition. The second prize went to Maclec from India with their innovative hydrokinetic turbine technology. Enerdrape… Read more »